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Thread: Victorian Bride

  1. #1
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    Victorian Bride

    Hello Everyone,

    I've really been neglecting this forum! Sorry to have lost touch.

    Here is a painting of bride in a Victorian dress that I thought turned out ok.

    Thanks!

    Brian
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  2. #2
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    Very beautiful, you capture expressions very well and your brushstrokes bely the subtleties in the material of the flower!

    Love it!

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    Hi Nibblet,

    Thanks for the reply. I really appreciate the kudos.

    I like the looseness in the flowers. I wish I can paint a complete painting that loose!

    Brian

  4. #4
    I dunno why this painting is so lacking in comments, I think it's great!

  5. #5
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    Welcome back, BCI, and what a delightful work!!!! Bravo, superb skill and confidence in Your strokes.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Hi Twig and Caesar,

    Thanks for the compliments. I was pleasantly surprised to see a new post about this painting!

    Thanks,

    Brian

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    Strong form and loose brush work, certainly make it quite dynamic. Gives the impression of being painted quickly but I'm probably wrong. Interesting style
    AR 2.5 Full Ed, Wacom Graphire Bluetooth A5 (Buggy!), MacBook Pro 15"

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    Thanks, FurrTrap.

    Overall the painting was painted quickly, but then I ended up spending a lot of time on the face. I wish I was able to keep the face as loose as the rest of the painting, but overall I am happy with the outcome.

    Brian

  9. #9
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    Looks good.

  10. #10
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    Very classy.

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